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Fanning the flames

Fired-up Collins sparks Jayhawks

Kansas University point guard Sherron Collins received a batch of phone calls and text messages from family members and friends all day Saturday.

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Tickled Pink

McCray cheers KU past 'Cats

In its first game without Danielle McCray, the Kansas University women's basketball team edged Kansas State, 70-60, on Sunday in Allen Fieldhouse.

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Withey gives Jayhawks early lift

Kansas center Cole Aldrich says he sees a little bit of himself in teammate Jeff Withey.

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Gary Bedore’s Kansas basketball notebook

Kansas University’s basketball team had a so-so week, claiming an overtime victory at Colorado on Wednesday and 75-64 decision over Nebraska on Saturday in Allen Fieldhouse.

KU track earns eight medals

Kansas University captured the win in the women's 4x400-meter relay, while seven other members of the track and field team earned a spot on the podium Saturday at the Frank Sevigne Husker Invitational.

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KU football fields new ticket prices, locations

One new coach. Eighteen incoming signees. Three thousand new seats still planned by the end of this year.

Heartbroken Jayhawks to face Wildcats Sunday

Fate has dealt Kansas University’s women’s basketball players a bad hand. First the Jayhawks lost starting point guard Angel Goodrich to an anterior cruciate ligament injury in January. And now leading scorer Danielle McCray has been hit with a similar affliction.

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Marcus Morris old reliable again

The only consistent thing about most young men living the college life is that they behave inconsistently.

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Fanning the flames

Fired-up Collins sparks Jayhawks

Kansas University point guard Sherron Collins received a batch of phone calls and text messages from family members and friends all day Saturday.

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OU stuns slumping UT

Scores from Saturday's Big 12 men's basketball games.

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Foul disparity frustrates head Husker

Doc Sadler — apparently well versed in the rules and expectations of the Big 12 Conference — had little interest in criticizing the officiating following his team’s 75-64 loss to Kansas University on Saturday.

Jayhawk swimmers top Cyclones in final Big 12 dual

The Kansas University swimming and diving team won four of eight events on the second day of competition to defeat Iowa State, 164-136, Saturday.

KU’s Bonds wins mile

Kansas University senior Lauren Bonds was the first to cross the finish line in the mile at the Meyo Invitational Saturday, as the senior from Hutchinson beat 60 other competitors in the event with a season-best time of 4:44.09.